LLM in litigation and dispute resolution in England (UCL,KCL,Queen's Mary)


Hello,

Currently in Juris Doctor in Columbia, I still hesitate between continuing my studies in the United States and going to live in England to get an LLM. My goal is to work in arbitration.

I've done some research, and I really like these masters. If any of you can advise me, that would be fine:

LLM in Litigation and Dispute Resolution - University College of London (UCL)
LLM in International Dispute Resolution - King's college of London (KCL)
LLM in Comparative and International Dispute Resolution (Queen's Mary)

It's extremely difficult to find people on the Internet who have studied this subject in England, because I would like to know their experiences in those universities.

See you soon.

Hanna

Hello,

Currently in Juris Doctor in Columbia, I still hesitate between continuing my studies in the United States and going to live in England to get an LLM. My goal is to work in arbitration.

I've done some research, and I really like these masters. If any of you can advise me, that would be fine:

LLM in Litigation and Dispute Resolution - University College of London (UCL)
LLM in International Dispute Resolution - King's college of London (KCL)
LLM in Comparative and International Dispute Resolution (Queen's Mary)

It's extremely difficult to find people on the Internet who have studied this subject in England, because I would like to know their experiences in those universities.

See you soon.

Hanna
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troshi

Hi Hanna, 
These unis are some of the best in the UK and London so you can't go wrong with either. QMUL is probably the best one for international arbitration with very renewed professors and partnerships with some of the best law firms in the UK. 
Also, QMUL can offer a better student experience, especially if it's your first time in London. It's the only uni with a campus in London. I did my LLM there and my experience was very positive. The students and teachers were very easy going, no competition at all and a lot of solidarity between students. Also for job prospects were good, all the firms I interviewed with knew QMUL and we had lot of firms searching for QMUL students to offer them internships/jobs after graduation.  

Hi Hanna,&nbsp;<br>These unis are some of the best in the UK and London so you can't go wrong with either. QMUL is probably the best one for international arbitration with very renewed professors and partnerships with some of the best law firms in the UK.&nbsp;<br>Also, QMUL can offer a better student experience, especially if it's your first time in London. It's the only uni with a campus in London. I did my LLM there and my experience was very positive. The students and teachers were very easy going, no competition at all and a lot of solidarity between students. Also for job prospects were good, all the firms I interviewed with knew QMUL and we had lot of firms searching for QMUL students to offer them internships/jobs after graduation.&nbsp;&nbsp;
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PT0123

Hello 

Any WhatsApp link for admitted students at QMUL?

Hello&nbsp;<br><br>Any WhatsApp link for admitted students at QMUL?
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Lawyer007


Hello Everyone,
I received a conditional offer from UCL, LLM in litigation and dispute resolution. I have applied in the first week of Jan 2022.


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